Mukhtar Bibi's Story
Fate has not been kind to Mukhtar Bibi. Before you dive into Mukhtar Bibi’s tale of woes, please know that we can help Mukhtar Bibi restore her faith in fate and kindness. Therefore, we request you to please donate to Mukhtar’s Implant Removal as much as you can.
Nine months ago, Mukhtar Bibi had a horrible road accident. The rescue team took her to the hospital for emergency management and first aid. Later, she was found to have fractures in the femur and ulna. To treat this, nine months ago, she underwent surgery in which her femur bone was fixed with an interlocking plate. Now, the doctor has advised Mukhtar to get the interlocking plates removed. It is an expensive procedure, and Mukhtar Bibi has been unable to afford it.
Mukhtar Bibi’s son is the sole earner of the family. He works as a driver at a private company and hardly manages to earn PKR 15500 per month. With a family of six to raise in this pandemic-induced inflation, he can not arrange for his mother’s implant removal procedure. Mukhtar Bibi told us:
“Sometimes, I still get nightmares about the accident. I was lying on the road waiting for help when God sent the kind angels in the form of those rescue team members. God has been very kind. Now, he sent Transparent Hands for help. I am very grateful to them.”
After a lot of distress, Mukhtar Bibi has registered her case with Transparent Hands. We are determined to help her in every way possible. But, we won’t be able to do that without your help. Your donation has the potential to change Mukhtar Bibi’s life for the better. Therefore, we request you to please donate for Mukhtar’s Implant Removal as much as you can.
Disclaimer: Transparent Hands makes sure that all the patients get surgery in time. If a patient requires urgent surgery and his/her condition is serious, Transparent Hands conducts the surgery immediately. In the meantime, his/her campaign stays active on the website until we raise the complete funding. The hospitals on our panel have complete trust in us and wait for the payments until the patient's funding is completed.